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J. Mark Souther - Mobilizing History: Reflections on a Decade of Digital Humanities Practice on Two Continents

This event will combine the traditional lecture and a live-recorded interview with the producers of the “Lost in the Stacks” podcast, as Souther reflects on his experience in modeling…

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Bill Campbell - Astral Traveling: Exploring Afro Past, Present, and Futures

The School of Literature, Media, and Communication and the Georgia Tech Library will host science fiction author and publisher Bill Campbell at Georgia Tech on Tuesday, February 12, 2019. Bill…

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Bryndís Snæbjörnsdóttir, Mark Wilson - Engaging Animals

Bryndís Snæbjörnsdóttir and Mark Wilson have been collaborating since 2001. Their work, characteristically rooted in the north, explores issues of history, culture and the…

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Howard Kushner - The Emergence of Kawasaki Disease in India: Why History (of Medicine) Matters

Dr. Howard Kushner is the Nat C. Robertson Distinguished Professor of Science and Society at Emory University. An historian of medicine, Kushner holds a joint appointment in the Graduate Institute of…

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Jason Borenstein - Intelligent Design in the Classroom?

Controversy continues to circulate about evolution, raising the issue of whether public schools are the appropriate forum for teaching about the subject matter. In recent years, critics have…

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Chris Dorn - Innocent Targets: When Terrorism Comes to School

The terrorist attack that killed more than 300 schoolchildren, teachers and parents in Russia shocked the conscience of the world in 2004. Clearly, there are lessons to be learned from this and other…

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Thad Starner - Face to Face Discussion with Wearable Computers

Dr. Starner is one of the pioneers of wearable computing and will talk about how computers can be designed and used to be aware of what users are doing, and also to assist them in doing it. His work…

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General Philip M. Breedlove - New Geostrategic Challenges Facing Our Western Alliance

General Breedlove will be speaking about the geostrategic challenges that western allies face.

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Terri Givens - Immigration, Race and Populism: Politics and Policy from Colonialism to Brexit

With images of children in cages, separated from their parents, and would-be migrants floating on overloaded boats in the Mediterranean becoming fixtures in the news media, politicians are struggling…

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A Conversation with Wyomia Tyus, Olympic Gold Medalist in 1964 and 1968

Georgia Tech’s Sports, Society, and Technology Program in the Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts invites you to join us for A Conversation with Wyomia Tyus featuring the Olympic track star from…

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The Persuasive Speaker

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Programming Shape - L. Mahadevan

Thin sheets are easier to bend than stretch. This simple observation leads to the constrained freedom underlying the shape shifting abilities of sheets that can accommodate globally periodic…

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Race, Biomedicine, and Reproductive Justice - Loretta Ross, Whitney Robinson

Loretta Ross, cofounder of the SisterSong Women of Color Reproductive Justice Collective, and Whitney Robinson, an assistant professor of epidemiology at the University of North Carolina Gillings…

From  Kathryn Gentilello A year ago 40 views 0  

Nanotechnology-Enabled Water Treatment - A Vision to Enable Decentralized Water Treatment and Address Growing Challenges of the Water Energy Nexus - Pedro Alvarez

Through control over material size, morphology and chemical structure, nanotechnology offers novel materials that are nearly “all surface” and that can be more reactive per atom than bulk…

From  Kathryn Gentilello A year ago 29 views 0  

The Handmade Thing - Del Harrow

The potter Hamada Shoji said that a good bowl should be larger on the inside than the outside. My work is an ongoing exploration of the possibility that a tactile physical form might contain an…

From  Kathryn Gentilello A year ago 5 views 0  

Panel Discussion: Talking Craft - Ceramics II How do craft and "making" affect the construction of who we are?

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